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Real-time Air Quality Data for Tasmania6120414/04/2021 5:52:05 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation A statewide air quality monitoring network provides current information to the community This network is known as the Base Line Air htmlFalseaspx
Assessment612051/11/2016 3:32:01 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Assessment Process Assessments in Progress Completed Assessments Assessments The EPA is responsible for assessing the environmental htmlFalseaspx
BLANkET Reports612066/01/2021 10:40:40 PMSkip to main content Skip to navigation BLANkET Technical Reports - extended analysis using BLANkET network and other data on smoke in Tasmania BLANkET Brief Reports htmlFalseaspx
Burn Brighter this Winter6120714/04/2021 4:06:59 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Smoke reduces the quality of the air we breathe Prolonged exposure to smoke from wood heaters is a significant problem for people who htmlFalseaspx
EPA Website6120919/06/2019 11:43:57 PMSkip to main content Skip to navigation About Us Air Land Noise Pollution Incidents and Complaints Resource Recovery & Waste Water What's New News Resources htmlFalseaspx
News and Media6121015/02/2021 11:35:26 PMSkip to main content Skip to navigation EPA to investigate Van Dairy Limited compliance with Environment Protection Notices EPA considers proposal for an increase in htmlFalseaspx
Environmental Policy & Legislation612111/11/2016 4:25:32 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation About Policy & Legislation Acts & Regulations Compliance & Enforcement Statutory Policies A number of acts and policies underpin htmlFalseaspx
Prosser River Fuel Contamination Investigations6121213/07/2020 1:28:57 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Hydrocarbon (fuel) contamination associated with the former Service Station at 44 Tasman Highway, Orford was detected below the htmlFalseaspx
Regulation6121328/08/2019 3:28:06 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Regulatory Tools Site Information Compliance & Incident Response Contaminated Sites Industrial Activities Salmon Aquaculture htmlFalseaspx
Search Results612144/11/2016 12:49:44 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation The Environment Protection Authority acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of lutruwita htmlFalseaspx
Sustainability Objectives for the Tasmanian EPA612159/06/2020 2:11:14 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Sustainability and the EPA Litter and Dumping Resources for Business and Industry Resources for Schools Resources for the htmlFalseaspx
Waste Education73163831/03/2021 1:55:51 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation EPA Tasmania supports waste education in schools and can provide advice and guidance for teachers on waste issues and on establishing htmlFalseaspx
Boat Sewage Management115085/07/2019 4:22:44 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Information on practical measures and rules to minimise the health and environmental effects of boat sewage discharge including 131https://epa.tas.gov.au/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Annual Reports1158515/10/2020 10:10:20 PMSkip to main content Skip to navigation The EPA Annual Report covers the work of the Board and Director, and the staff of EPA Tasmania (the Division of the Department of 129https://epa.tas.gov.au/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Boat Sewage Discharge Maps116746/10/2020 10:47:20 PMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Interactive map layers are available via LIST (Land Information Systems Tasmania), to assist in interpreting the sewage discharge 138https://epa.tas.gov.au/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Background to the Directive115035/02/2021 3:39:15 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation The Directive is a risk-based approach to sewage discharge which specifies where sewage may and may not be discharged from certain https://epa.tas.gov.au/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Assessment Process612176/06/2019 12:55:54 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation Development proposals for large industry, known as Level 2 activities are referred, by the Local Council, to the Board of the EPA for htmlFalseaspx
Assessments in Progress612183/09/2019 10:56:29 PMSkip to main content Skip to navigation The proponent of each individual proposal is required to prepare the case for assessment in accordance with guidelines issued by the htmlFalseaspx
Completed Assessments6121915/09/2020 3:55:24 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation As the Board of the EPA completes assessments, information about those assessments, including the Environment Protection Authority's htmlFalseaspx
Assessments6122021/08/2020 12:03:50 AMSkip to main content Skip to navigation All assessments, including Completed and In Progress Railton Agricultural Lime Pty Ltd, Youngmans Road Quarry, RailtonA proposal has htmlFalseaspx

The Environment Protection Authority acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of lutruwita (Tasmania) and pays respect to their Elders, past and present.